Transylvania University: Michelle Rawlings has been named associate registrar. Shane McGuire and Derek Terrell have been named admissions counselors.
American Founders Bank: Emie Bowlby has been promoted to vice president, treasury fund manager. Roy Gray III has been promoted to vice president, special projects officer.
Forcht Bank: Rodney Kuhl has been named market president for the bank's Corbin market.
Franklin American Mortgage Co.: Amy Gray has joined the company's Lexington branch office.
Cardinal Hill Rehabilitation Hospital: Cindy Jacobelli has been named director of athletics and recreation. Jacobelli served as associate athletic director and head volleyball coach at Transylvania University.
Dinsmore & Shohl: Kelley R. Williams has joined the firm's Lexington office as an associate in the litigation department.
Johnson, True & Guarnieri: Sheilah Galvez Kurtz has become associated with the Frankfort law firm.
Kentucky Rural Health Association: The following have been named officers and board members for 2009-10: Dwain Harris, Southern Kentucky Area Health Education Center, Mount Vernon, president; Elizabeth Cobb, Kentucky Hospital Association, Louisville, president-elect; Marica Smith, Marshall County Hospital, Benton; Steve B. Fisher, University of Kentucky, Lexington; Jennifer NeSmith Sterling Health Solutions, Mount Sterling; Linda Asher, University of Kentucky, Lexington; Glenn Grigsby, Louisville.
Kentucky Society for Healthcare Public Relations & Marketing: The following have been named new officers and district directors for 2009-10: David A. Gross, University of Kentucky Center for Excellence in Rural Health, Hazard, president; Barbara Taylor, Owensboro Medical Health System, vice president; Jacquie Peterson, Georgetown Community Hospital, Bluegrass District director; Stephanie Damron, Highlands Regional Medical Center, Cumberland District director; Marica Smith, Marshall County Hospital, Twin Lakes District director.
Accreditation Commission for AdvancED: Barbara Vick, assistant superintendent, McCracken County Schools, Paducah, has been named chair of the commission.
Chrysalis House: The following have been named officers: Eileen O'Brien has been elected to a second term as president; Lindy Karns has been named president-elect; Robert May has been named treasurer; Margaret Claus has been elected secretary.
Faces and Voices of Recovery: Lisa Minton, executive director of the Lexington-based, non-profit Chrysalis House, has been appointed to serve on the board of the national, non-profit organization based in Washington, D.C.
Blood-Horse Publications: Courtney V. Bearse has been named director of technology for the Lexington-based multi-media publishing company. Bearse joined Blood-Horse as a summer intern in 1996.
Stephen Hillenmeyer Landscape Services: Brian Avery has been named vice president of operations. John Thomson has been named vice president of business development. Amy Mersch has been named executive administrator.
Compiled by Dorothea Wingo
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